EUGENE, Ore.- After three days, the University of Oregon women’s golf team finished the Mason Rudolph Championship in 12th place. On Sunday, the Ducks shot 24-over-par 312 at the Legend North Course in Nashville, Tenn.

Conditions were extremely tough in Nashville throughout the weekend, but today’s weather was the harshest, with heavy winds and lots of humidity. 



Freshman Caroline Inglis (77-71-78-226) had the best finish for the Ducks, placing in a tie for 17th after shooting 6-over-par 78 in the final round. Sophomore Monica Petchakan had the lowest score on the day for the Ducks, shooting 4-over-par 76, finishing in a tie for 51st. 



The Ducks also counted scorecards from Cassy Isagawa (T34th- 73-77-80-230) and senior Hanule Sky Seo (T60-82-78-78-238). Cali Hipp (65th- 75-84-80-239) made the trip and also shot eight-over-par 80 on Sunday. 



The weather conditions proved to be tough for every one in the field. Arizona (298-286-305-889) won the tournament, but their winning total of 25-over-par 889 was the highest winning score in the 12-year history of the tournament. Virginia (300-295-297-892) had an impressive final round, vaulting into second place after shooting 9-over-par 297 on the day. Five shots behind in third place was Michigan State (302-294-301-897) who finished the tournament 33-over-par.



Emilie Burger of Georgia claimed medalist honors after shooting even-par 72 each day of the event, finishing with a score of 216. In a tie for second place, Caroline Powers (71-75-73-219) of Michigan State and Kendall Price (73-70-76-219) of Arizona shot three-over-par over the three-day tournament. 



Complete hole-by-hole results

The Ducks take two weeks off before heading to Sammamish, Wash. for the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational on Oct. 8 to Oct. 10.